Here is a list of affordable hotels in Cappadocia region.
Most of them have private bathroom and the price includes breakfast
The Price is for July 2009
1. Kelebek hotel E 45-55
2. Hotel KAzun E 55
3. Melis Hotel E 50
4. Urgup Inn Cave Hotel E 35
5. Ciner Hotel E 55
6. Cave Hotel Saksagan E 35
7. Sofa Hotel E 50
8. Arch Palace E 32
9. Dream CAve Hotel E 35
10. Kirkit Pension E 40
11. Monastery Cave Hotel E 35
I stayed there long time ago. It was very good and wasn't very expensive but I don't know how it is now.
The setting of the Gamirasu Cave Hotel is most breathtaking - looking out of every window is a scene from out of history (images 4,5). The opposite cliff-face contains caves going back to the pre-Christian era tempting one's imagination to run wild. Picture the ancients walking down the steep inclines to the little stream at the base, climbing up the same hills ( although we have staircases now ), many living as early monks in the same caves and dining in the same rooms.
There is nothing bogus about this hotel - just above the dining area and internet apse is the Church of St. Stephen with frescoes believed to date from the 12th C (images 1,2,3). The hotel staff states that nobody much climbs up to the church, sadly. The most amazing part of Cappadocia is the history that is everywhere, around every bend.
The 25 rooms of the Gamirasu are quite variable in both decor and price. No two are alike. The smaller and less expensive rooms are in cones and typical stone houses and feature large beds in relatively large bedrooms with barrel vault ceilings, typical Turkish decor, and elongated all-marble bathrooms with showers. Desk space and seating are somewhat limited, but each has a large closet. These run up to US $180.
The more expensive rooms are in modernized original caves with rounded walls and ceilings and are very large and luxurious, including a few huge suites. Features included flat screen televisions and huge bathrooms with Jacuzzi tubs. Rather than Turkish carpets, the several we snuck into have wall to wall carpet and are more modern in decor. The hotel is popular with honeymoon couples, and these suites certainly fill the bill for romance. The hotel is gradually adding rooms, apparently all at the upscale end, at the periphery of the complex as the cliff face is already filled. Per night prices at the suites extend up to US $500.
The Gamirasu Cave Hotel is a luxury boutique residence set in caves carved into the cliff on one side of a steep ravine. With no more than 25 rooms of varying luxury and cost, it has a setting difficult to exceed in Cappadocia. The less expensive rooms are barrel vaulted set in cones and classic stone buildings while the more expensive are large suites in original caves known to have been occupied as far back as the Hittite regime in the 2nd C BC. All are reconstructed with modern accoutrements. The clientele is totally international - this hotel is no secret. The dining room clientele resembled a miniature United Nations.
This hotel is unsuitable for those with physical disabilities. Steep staircases connect the parking lot (such as it is) with the main level, but most rooms require further negotiation of one or more staircases and only one or two rooms are on the same level as the lobby and dining room. The setting may be stunning but climbing the stairs does become tiresome.
The staff was unfailingly helpful. Off the lobby, a small cave room contains two free computers with internet access. In the morning, a large buffet breakfast is included and placed in the lobby with dining in the adjacent room.
The staff is generally very helpful and accomodating, arranging tours and balloon flights, calling after errant tour guides, and answering questions with varying degrees of English skill. Of particular interest, free shuttle service is offered day and evening to neighboring Urgup for those interested in dining and shopping out, an offering we used several times --with a proffered gratuity accepted only by one driver.
Cappadocia offers several upscale cave hotels with spectacular views and scenery - many from hilltops with panoramic views. All receive great reviews. The Gamirasu is no exception.
My tour agent booked me in the Dedeli Konak because I wanted to stay in a cave hotel. It's a charming place run by Mr Ibrahim & his family, who not only organizes daily trips around Cappadocia but also speaks Japanese - specially for the Japanese tourists.
The hotel is restored from a 400 yr old Greek style home and has 10 well appointed ensuite cave rooms. When I say cave rooms, it means that the rooms are carved out from soft rock which is quite unique to Cappadocia. Each room is individually decorated in Ottoman style and some rooms have nice terraces with fantastic views. Our room could fit 3 people in it and had comfy beds & a clean bathroom. It is a 5min walk to downtown and close to the only hamam or Turkish bath in Ürgüp. The only con is there isn't an elevator to lug your bags up the steep steps but there's no short of help here, so no worries.
Mr Ibrahim's lovely wife makes delicious home cooked meals. They also have nice Cappadocian wines & Turkish beer available during meals.
I've stayed at the $600+ a night Atlantis, the Palm hotel in Dubai before and I'm also quite happy staying here, most of all because of the friendly family environment. The manager is up at all hours because he'll be there first thing in the morning to make us breakfast and is up to chat with us till past midnight! He's always friendly & helpful, giving all the information you need, serves you meals and is especially curious when a particular guest started performing 'magic tricks'
There's a nice terrace on the roof but I think it's more used during the warmer months where you can enjoy a BBQ under the stars. Oh yes, I especially am fond of the cute chubby cats that hang around the hotel
Very clean&comfortable&nice hotel, the owners are very very nice. The hotel has a lovely garden that you can change your dimension becase of the flower's scent;)) you won't regret your staying.
nice garden, great breakfast, friendly staff
It is a hotel/hostel , some of the rooms have private toilet like the one I stayed.Decoration is in Cappadocian style nothing luxury but clean and the best view on the terrace!
The pension is fairly nice. It has a nice view over Goreme and very close to the hill where you can watch the sunset:))
The Paradise Pension is one of Cappadocia cave hotels. Some room are carved into the rock, like the local inhabitants were doing for centuries.
Sleeping in a cave!
Just another 4 stars hotel... nice and with all comforts - and with 120 slightly anonymous rooms. The staff is friendly and the restaurant good - although not outstanding. Needless to say... it was chosen for us.
the turkish bath of the hotel is really (REALLY) nice - with lots of marble.
I stayed a week in Pension Köse! no problem at all, and they have a nice little pool! Trust me you need it, becuase you are in the middle of the country! no ocean, but the best about the pension! is SPOTTIE! the best dog in town! the dog will take you around on the best hikes in the area and he/she (I forgot) will always bring you safety back again.
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